Morphe 35W Palette Review

Hiya Guys! I’m back and after recently buying a new eyeshadow palette I thought I would do a quick review of it! This palette is by ‘Morphe Brushes’ and I bought the 35W (I believe that stands for 35 shadows and the palette is warm). To be honest, I don’t think I have ever been this excited for a package to arrive.

The packaging of the actual product is quite cheap feeling but I think I got the palette for £15.95, so I wasn’t expecting anything majorly extravagant, and to me I don’t care about the look as long as the product is worth it. Here is a pic of the packaging:

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When I opened it, I saw exactly what I was hoping for, (I was a bit weary that it would be a fake one as Morphe is an American brand and the website I found them on I had not used before) but to my relief the eyeshadows inside are really gorgeous:

Just by looking at it I could tell I was going to love this palette as I am all about the warm, orange and purple shades. I obviously swatched a couple shades as soon as I opened it and I found they were really buttery and smooth and super pigmented!

For this blog post I did swatch each row and in each row I will talk to you about my favourites:

 

Row 1:

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This row is all about setting your base and your brow-bone highlights! My favourite shade is actually the last one (you can see what it looks like in the pan in the pictures above), it is a yellow based champagne shimmer and I love using it in the crease.

 

Row 2:

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This row again is full of starting shades, the one that stands out for me is the last one again. This colour is a bright gold and is so pigmented, glides on the lid perfectly. I use it as an all over lid colour and then I put a darker brown in the crease to blend out the edges.

 

Row 3:

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We are still in the lighter colours of the whole palette. My favourite is the fifth one in, it is a beautiful rose-gold shade. WHICH IS AWESOME. I love pinky gold and this one is perfect, super smooth and very easy to blend with other shades.

 

Row 4:

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These are more of the darker colours, this row is my favourite because the shades are very bronzy but also slightly vampy which I love to deepen up looks with!

 

Row 5:

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Can we just take a minute to admire that first shade… ITS SO PIGMENTED OMG, the matte shades along this line are a bit patchy when applied with a finger but using a brush they create a really soft bit of colour that you can easily build.

 

I love this palette and I am so happy that I purchased it and I can’t wait to show you all a look with it! I recommend this to anyone who wants a warm palette full of everyday colours that glide on so well. I do have the website that I used so please just ask me in the comments and I can let you know!

Thank you for reading and as always if you have any questions please comment down below, make sure to like and follow!! Love you all very much and I will speak soon.

Livi x

‘happinessisapieceofcake’

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9 Comments Add yours

  1. The Stylish Starlet says:

    Cool review 🙂

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  2. Isabelle says:

    Great review 💞

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    1. Livi Kemp says:

      Thank you very much! Love your blog!

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  3. alwayswilby says:

    Great review! This palette is already #1 on my shopping wishlist for next payday! From what I’ve seen/read the pigmentation is great, how do the shadows last?

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    1. Livi Kemp says:

      Hi, thank you and I’m super glad I could help! The metallic and shimmery shades last longer than the mattes (but the same goes for most palettes), mine last pretty much all day when I wear an eye primer!!

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      1. alwayswilby says:

        Okay thank you!! I shall definitely be ordering one soon 🙂

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  4. ellrachel says:

    Great post, I love how Autumny this palette is – Thanks for sharing! X

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    1. Livi Kemp says:

      Its okay, I am happy to help, hope you find the perfect palette for you! X

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